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Beatnik artist Arthur Richer sitting with his family, LA, CA, 1959; Photographer:	Allan Grant

Beatnik artist Arthur Richer sitting with his family, LA, CA, 1959; Photographer: Allan Grant

The Most Creative Spaces in San Francisco History

The Most Creative Spaces in San Francisco History

The Beats. Renegades. Rebels. Mystics and poets. Their influence over the generations has been profound. Image by Vernacular on Flickr. Details: Peter Orlovsky, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, William Burroughs, Gregory Corso, John Clellon-Holmes, Allen Ginsberg, Carl Solomon, (seated) Robert Frank

The Beats. Renegades. Rebels. Mystics and poets. Their influence over the generations has been profound. Image by Vernacular on Flickr. Details: Peter Orlovsky, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, William Burroughs, Gregory Corso, John Clellon-Holmes, Allen Ginsberg, Carl Solomon, (seated) Robert Frank

Leonardo DiCaprio and Jennifer Garner in Catch Me If You Can directed by Steven Spielberg, 2002

Leonardo DiCaprio and Jennifer Garner in Catch Me If You Can directed by Steven Spielberg, 2002

Jack Kerouac and his parents. Clique na foto para garantir livros da Beat Generation.

Jack Kerouac and his parents. Clique na foto para garantir livros da Beat Generation.

Jack Kerouac and his parents. Clique na foto para garantir livros da Beat Generation.

Jack Kerouac and his parents. Clique na foto para garantir livros da Beat Generation.

calligrafie - ASDPS ARMIS ET LEO

calligrafie - ASDPS ARMIS ET LEO

Allen Ginsberg

Allen Ginsberg

Edie Parker (1922-1993) was an author from the Beat Generation and the first wife of Jack Kerouac. She and Joan Vollmer shared an apartment on 118th Street in New York City, frequented by many Beats, among them Vollmer's eventual husband William S. Burroughs. Edie also represented "Judie Smith" in Kerouac's novel, The Town and the City.

Edie Parker (1922-1993) was an author from the Beat Generation and the first wife of Jack Kerouac. She and Joan Vollmer shared an apartment on 118th Street in New York City, frequented by many Beats, among them Vollmer's eventual husband William S. Burroughs. Edie also represented "Judie Smith" in Kerouac's novel, The Town and the City.

Monthly Log Inspiration - Bullet Journal

Monthly Log Inspiration - Bullet Journal